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Originally posted by Equineartist7
So everyone look at the skys at night. Have you ever seen a random star that moves slightlyand blinks.
My friend and I were looking at stars and at first we noticed these yellow lights that rose virtically one after another.
After that my friend saw this star, it was blinking blue red yellow. It couldn't have been a plane because it hovered and only moved a little bit. It also seemed to be playing with us. It looked like a saucer shape kinda behind the light, but that shape was very faint. At first it was kinda beside this one tree and then it moved to near the top of the tree and just stayed there for 15 min. It's pattern for hovering was kind of like doing a figure 8.
I for one no longer trust the night sky
Originally posted by djohnsto77
Stars twinkle due to air turbulance and movement of different layers of air at different temperatures. This can cause them to appear to blink in different colors.